Dance Education

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Dance Education Outline Why is dance a necessary and basic part of a students' education? Is there evidence that dance education results in significant educational outcomes (e.g., self-esteem, critical thinking, cross-cultural thinking, body/kinesthetic intelligence, interdisciplinary perspectives)? 1. Introduction 2. Thesis statement 3. History 4. Status 5. Physiology a. Intervention b. Statistics c. Positive aspects 6. Sociology a. Socialization b. Etiquette c. Connection d. Religion 7. Psychology a. Motivation b. Self-esteem c. Affective education 8. Summary 9. Works cited Introduction Dancing is a …

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